Venue: The National Maritime Museum





Landscape Photography Family Workshop


  • I learnt a lot more about framing and taking reflection photos.
    Rachel, age 11
  •  I learnt how to change the shutter speed to capture rain drops, and also how to take an amazing reflection photo
    Hadi, age 12
  •  The course was interesting, imaginative and immense!
    Joshua, age 14
  •  I learnt how to change the aperture and how to take a water shot
    Ammara, age 13

Course: Landscape Photography Family Workshop

Date: Wednesday 26th August 2020

Time: 11:00 – 15:30

Price: £60 per child and accompanying adult | £30 per additional adult or child

This family workshop will focus on how to take great landscape photographs. We’ll photograph in Greenwich Park and along the River Thames, capturing the urban landscapes together.

We will teach families how to use camera mechanics, light & composition to create dynamic landscape photographs. We’ll look at famous landscape photographs together, discussing how the images where taken and how the same skills can be applied in our own images. Our students will learn more about how their camera works, and how to use aperture creatively to make their landscapes stand out. The course will meet in the Queen’s House Orangery, and be taught outdoors. We’ll spend the majority of the day outdoors photographing the iconic London views together so come prepared for the outdoors!

Each family will receive one of their own photographic prints in the post after the course.

Please note we will follow all government guidelines for group activities, and social distancing will be practised during the course:

  • Group size will be limited to 12 people to adhere to social distancing.
  • Families will be asked to frequently wash their hands.
  • If renting a camera this will be cleaned before and after your use.
  • No resources will be shared between family units.

*Please pack a lunch.


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The National Maritime Museum (NMM) in Greenwich, London, is the leading maritime museum of the United Kingdom and may be the largest museum of its kind in the world. The historic buildings form part of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site, and it also incorporates the Royal Observatory and 17th-century Queen’s House.

Since earliest times Greenwich has had associations with the sea and navigation. It was a landing place for the Romans; Henry VIII lived here;

the navy has roots on the waterfront. The Museum has the most important holdings in the world on the history of Britain at sea comprising more than two million items. Its British portraits collection is exceeded in size only by that of the National Portrait Gallery and its holdings relating to Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson and Captain James Cook, among many other individuals, are unrivalled.

  • Drop off is on Romney Road (A206) or Park Row, immediately outside the museum.
  • Parking can be found on Park Row Car Park (pay and display), the surrounding streets (pay and display) and the park.
  • Easy close access via train, DLR, bus and underground: please see –


Park Row



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